For the past year I’ve spent a majority of my workdays sitting at a desk scanning the web for interesting content. It’s a rough life, I know, but somebody has ...
People, and Places, and Photos, Oh My!
People always find it pretty surprising that my idol is Martha Stewart. They usually react with a burst of laughter or the classic head tilt much like a wrinkly pug. I never thought my obsession with her was weird, but then again I also never thought my fondness for scissors, magazines and the perfect glue […]
I have found that with each year, or specifically each gift I make, I become more and more challenged by the idea of “topping myself” for an individuals birthday present. Every artist knows that the most personalized present is a piece of your own work, so I truly enjoy spicing up a birthday party with […]
I’ve recently become obsessed with the doors of New York City. This isn’t necessarily an unexpected fascination, having been drawn to doors from a young age, but I will admit I didn’t expect to become this interested. As an artistic medium, doors work as ideal canvass. They are large, professionally framed, and you can’t help […]
I have always found it difficult to craft for men. Growing up I thought my dad was a huge fan of his father days collages, but with age comes wisdom and the wisdom taught me otherwise. I realized in high school that if I wanted to impress and equally delight the men in my life, […]
I have always enjoyed doing large picture collages using my obsessively organized and massively large magazine collection. You see, I have a slight issue when it comes to finding and purchasing magazines. Going to Barnes & Noble for example for a “quick look” always turns into a three-hour excursion through the many different sections available. […]